Former Wake Forest point guard Randolph Childress provided a memorable moment in the 1995 ACC Tournament Championship Game, in which he put North Carolina’s Jeff McInnis on the floor with a nasty crossover.
Childress, the MVP of the tournament that season, protected his dribble from McInnis by having his back to him before swinging to the right and pulling back with the crossover, which set up a 3-pointer in the first half. He then topped it off by mockingly waving McInnis over to him. The Demon Deacons went on to post an 82-80 victory in the game for their first ACC title since 1962 as Childress scored the game-winning basket in overtime and finished with 9 3-pointers, 37 points and 7 assists. Check the video below.
A first-round pick in the 1995 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons, Childress played in the NBA and overseas from 1995-2011. He now is assistant to the Athletic Director at Wake Forest, which hired him for the position in August of 2011.
The 2012 ACC Tournament tipped off Thursday, when Wake Forest was routed, 82-60, by Maryland. Randolph Childress profile